Question about Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook
It may have to do with an HP Printer. If that's what you're using or previously had installed, go here...
Follow the instructions and you should be good to go. Otherwise, if you gave away an older HP Printer and installed a new one without removing/uninstalling the old HP Printer from the Control Panel, you could get the same error.
If that's the case, uninstall the older printer. Then hold down the Windows Logo button on the keyboard and press the R key once. A Run Command window will appear. Type in "%TEMP%" without the quote marks and hit enter. You will be looking at your Temp Files. Delete as many as the System will allow and then restart.
It can get a little complicated after that if the error message is still there and you might consider having an "advanced user" friend give you a hand.
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I HAVE A E-MACHINE. If you have any C/files they will be lost ... But go ahead and un-plug power for at least one-minute. reapply power and insert the 1st Restore disc and continue through all your discs. If it asks for administrator it will cue you to type in a NAME for the user and a password. Make sure you save the password somewhere. It sounds like one of the discs did not properly load and caused a failure.
Its worth a try. Lucky you have a e-machine. Other computers like Dell dont give you the restore discs and you have to pay for Windows XP or Vista. Or take it back where you bought it.
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